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Energy Efficient Science Equipment

Posted by rafael on January 8, 2013 in Science

Present day scientists are the only people well informed about the real condition of the earth and resource scarcity. They are well aware of the demands of conservation.  Being scientists, they are at the forefront of discovery of any technological breakthrough under conditions like time, cost, results, pressure and accuracy.  All these factors play a great role in conservation. It has been seen that any average laboratory when plugs its equipment, a total of 20-45% electricity is used every day.Many surveys have been done taking this situation into consideration and it has been concluded that laboratories use at least 4 to 8 times of energy as a 20 storey building does. To avoid all this wastage of resources, scientists, lab managers and lab consultants all over the world are beginning to prefer energy efficient scientific equipments for their labs.

Manufacturers like bionics and Jindal are starting to manufacture machines which have “green features” in them. But problem comes when the buyers do not understand the difference between ‘green features’ and ‘green washing’. Most of the manufacturing companies fault at mentioning nameplate voltage and current specifications which are important to know the actual power consumption of that specific machine.

Energy Efficient Science Equipment

Energy Efficient Science Equipment

Due to the increase in the demand of these energy efficient scientific equipments, manufacturers are only manufacturing products which are energy efficient, thermal insulation, lower surface temperature, long resistances, moisture and mold free, corrosion and weather resistant. The most famous products which are now in demand are Nansulate Diamond, Thermo Scientific Heratherm oven, Muffle Furnaces, Portable Autoclave and many more.

The main goal of all these manufacturing companies is to provide scientists with the most efficient scientific equipment which uses the least energy which would in turn give laboratory designers a realistic idea about the different types of equipments and the way to consume energy. They are coming up with as many new opportunities to conserve the left out resources as possible.

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